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Revamping the mall: The Centre of Tallahassee

Tallahassee Mall was once the city's premier enclosed regional mall. By the 2000s, it was well on its way to becoming a dead mall. Now it has a new interesting look. Will it work and can it serve as an example for other struggling shopping centers across the country?

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An up & coming neighborhood: Orlando's Mills 50

Located just northeast of Downtown Orlando, Mills 50 was recently recognized as one of the top 12 neighborhoods across America about to get crazy popular.

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Black Millennials Not Keeping Up With Peers

While Millennials are coveted by marketers and consumer goods companies, young adults of color are not equally sharing in the benefits of Millennials' economic popularity.

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93 years of Winn-Dixie

A look at the architectural evolution of Florida's first industrial corporation and retail chain to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

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How Long Do People Stay in Assisted Housing Programs?

Low-income renters are requiring longer periods of rental assistance, and the trends show housing costs are a leading cause.

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Dollar General investing in cities with DGX concept

Now proposing to add another 900 stores in 2018, Dollar General continues to rapidly expand throughout the U.S. However, their push for a smaller more urban format is something seriously worth watching. Called DGX, the stores provide urban shoppers with a focused selection of consumable items and instant...

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The ten largest US central business districts

Central business districts serve as a magnet for economic growth and employment. The following is an overview of the top 10 largest CBDs in the country.

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Commercial Real Estate Prices To Plateau In 2018

While commercial real estate outlook remains strong in 2018, leading economist predicts that prices will be at a standstill.

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12 restaurant chains you loved that don't exist anymore

One thing we learn in life is that businesses come and go. Even the places once thought to be large enough to last forever. Here's 12 popular North American restaurant chains that did not stand the test of time.

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10 closed Florida malls you once shopped at

During the 20 years following the creation of the country's first enclosed regional mall in 1956, so many were built in Florida that they started to cannibalize each other. Here's a walk down memory lane at ten once popular enclosed malls around the state that don't exist anymore.

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